CLC Group Projects Agreement
CLC Group Projects Agreement
Check into the CLC regularly to review progress on the assignment, ask group members to post an update every other day in the forum. It is important because it keeps everyone up to date on what is going on with the project. It also provides reassurance that the project is moving along. Contribute ideas and feedback to the group from initial discussions throughout project completion It is a group assignment and everyone needs to contribute in order to prevent the majority of the work being placed on a few people. Feedback ensures a successful outcome that everyone in the group can be proud of. Communicate with all CLC members as soon as a problem or issue arises This keeps everyone on top of what is going on with the group and allows for issued to be taken care of early on. Maintain respectful communications with all team members
Being respectful is a quality that will benefit the CLC group, and issues will be resolved faster with respectful communicating. Complete assigned tasks by the deadlines set by the CLC members Completing tasks on time ensures that the project will be completed in time. Other members tasks rely on the completion of another task, so not completing the task on time will put everyone behind on the project. Take a leadership role in CLC assignments
Taking a leadership role will show the other members that you are invested in the project being successful. Make sure to cite and reference all sources of information used in completing tasks, each reference on the reference page must have an in-text citation. Citing references prevents the entire team from being penalized for plagiarism. Review all citations and reference page for APA, 6th edition. The team is graded on the project as a whole, and if everyone produces work that adheres to APA format, the person reviewing the final product will have fewer revisions, and the final grade will be representative of the hard work the team has done.
Project Management Specifics
(What needs to be undertaken to complete the CLC project?)
CLC Group Member’s Name
Task to be completed by this team member
Due date for completing the task for the CLC to review
Contributing one or more ideas for how the project should be completed
Outlining the CLC project
Assigning tasks to CLC members
Members will complete their own required page.
Performing research on assigned topics and writing it up for CLC members to review 8/25
Making sure everyone meets their assigned deadlines for tasks
Proofreading and editing the paper
Submitting the paper via the Assignments feature by the due date deadline 8/27
Upload final project & Agreement into Loud Cloud
Make sure there is a group member’s name at the bottom of each PPT slide (if a PPT), or that each section is highlighted for each group member with a key at the end of the paper. 8/26
CLC Group Interaction Guidelines
(How can we anticipate and deal with group conflict when it arises?) What could happen to impede our teamwork
What we will do if this happens
A CLC member doesn’t provide project ideas or feedback to other team members We can encourage the member to provide input, and ask them if there is something they do not understand so we can assist. A CLC member doesn’t complete his or her task at all
Hopefully this will not happen, but if the task is not done by the deadline, we can find out if there is a problem and assist, or someone else can take over their part. A CLC member completes his or her task, but turns it in after the agreed-upon due date We can find out what happened and why they were late. Emphasize to the member how important it is to the team to complete tasks on time, because it puts everyone behind. Other:
CLC Group Review Process
(What makes a CLC effective?)
What did our CLC do well this time?
What can we do to be a more effective CLC next time?